Catholic Pilgrimages to Poland

Experience Krakow, the Home of Pope John Paul II

A Catholic tour to Poland is ideal for anyone looking to strengthen their faith and learn more about Pope John Paul II. On your trip, you will celebrate mass at the Church of St. Florian in Krakow where Pope John Paul II served as a curate and lived while university chaplain. You’ll also visit his birthplace in Wadowice and attend mass at the parish church where he was baptized. Individual tours may also include visits to the infamous Auschwitz Concentration Camp and journeys to other popular sites in central Europe.

If you are interested in joining one of these trips, please click on the desired link so that you can view its details. Listed on each page is a complete itinerary for the trip as well as a downloadable brochure with this itinerary, a reservation form and other important information.

For information on organizing your own group pilgrimage to Poland, please visit our Hosting a Pilgrimage page.

*These Trips having Special Package.
September 2018
An 8 day Poland pilgrimage visiting Warsaw, Niapokalanow, home of the monastery built by St. Maximilian Kolbe, Glogowiec, the birthplace of Blessed Sister Faustina, Czestochowa, Krakow, Wieliczka, Wadowice the birthplace of Saint John Paul II, the Kalwaria Zebrzydowska Benedictine Monastery, Auschwitz Concentration Camp with its Martyrdom Museum and the Basilica of the Divine Mercy
50 Early Booking Discount if Reserved by February 28, 2018. International departure taxes of $121 plus current fuel surcharges of $300 are included (subject to change).

May 2020
An 11 day pilgrimage visiting Warsaw, Niapokalanow, Czestochowa, Krakow, Wieliczka, salt mine, Wadowice, Auschwitz Concentration Camp, Munich and Oberammergau Passion Play
International departure taxes of $217 plus current fuel surcharges of $300 are included (subject to change).